Frieze London

Regent’s Park

3–6 October 2019

Visitor Information

Frieze Sculpture will also be on display in the English Gardens, from 3 July to 6 October 2019, featuring more 23 international artists. 

Frieze London returns to Regent’s Park from 3-6 October to present the best of international contemporary art by emerging and established artists, alongside a dynamic programme of newly commissioned artworks, films and talks. 

Coinciding with Frieze London, Frieze Masters brings together thousands of years of art in a unique, contemporary context, with over 130 of the world’s leading galleries specialising in antiquities, Asian art, ethnographic art, illuminated manuscripts, medieval, modern and post-war art, Old Masters and 19th century, as well as photography and sculpture.

Frieze London and Frieze Masters are both located in The Regent’s Park, a short 15-minute walk from each other.

2019 Opening Days & Hours
Wednesday Preview 2 October (Invitation only)
Thursday Preview 3 October: 12pm-8pm
Thursday Private View 3 October: 5pm-8pm
Friday 4 - Saturday 5 October: 12pm-7pm
Sunday 6 October: 12pm-6pm

Tickets
Tickets for Frieze London and Frieze Masters are now avaliable to purchase in advance here.

Bag Restrictions
Due to changes in security procedure, large bag are not permitted into the event. Please do not bring suitcases, folding bicycles, scooters or any large items bigger than a handbag or laptop bag. A very limited bag drop facility will incur a £5 donation and proceeds will be donated to charity.

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Latest Frieze London

Carlos Amorales, Ghost Demonstration, 2019. Acrylic on wood panel. 25 x 60 ft (7.62 x 18.29 m) [or, 300 x 720 in. (762 x 1829 cm)]. Installation view at the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA). Photo: JKA Photography.
 

Featuring performances and time-based works by Cecilia Bangolea, Shezad Dawood and William Fosythe among many others

Book your tickets for Frieze London and Frieze Masters, taking place 3 to 6 October 2019

we are opposite like that, single-channel video, 2019

A new commission at Frieze London 2019 exploring urgent questions about environment, history and myth

Nottingham Castle Museum

Frieze partners with Tate and the Contemporary Art Society to contribute to UK national and regional public collections

View highlights from London's largest display of outdoor art, currently on show in Regent's Park

Explore Frieze Sculpture in Regent's Park with our illustrated family guide

Robert Indiana, ONE through ZERO, 1980-2002, Waddington Custot , Frieze Sculpture 2019. Photo by Stephen White

London’s largest free display of outdoor art returns from 3 July to 6 October, featuring more than 20 international artists 

Karon Davis, James and Baby Girl Star (detail)  REP, 2018, Plaster strips, chicken wire, steel armature, glass eyes, 140 ×  × 71 × 86 cm, Courtesy of Wilding Cran Gallery

Explore ambitious new projects by emerging artists from around the world including Karon Davis, Joy Labinjo and Kembra Pfahler

Cosmin Costinas curates a new themed section exploring textiles, weaving and legacies of colonialsim

Explore major exhibitions open across London during Frieze Week in October 2019 

kamel mennour, Frieze London 2018

Featuring record international participation, new curators and sections for the London fairs, taking place 3-6 October 2019

Charlie Godet Thomas, Cloud Study (Partner Dance), 2019. Artist Sketch. Courtesy VITRINE, London/Basel.

Mtec will support the participation of two young London-based galleries in Frieze Sculpture 2019